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by Bobby Smith
Sports Reporter Editor
OCTOBER, 2017 -- The NFL Week 6 Monday Night game is one of those AFC South intra-divisional encounters that snarky fans and snarky sportswriters like to make fun of, for whatever reason. Itâ€™s the NFL. The AFC South is a division. It has four teams in it. They play games. Theyâ€™re all trying to win the division. Some day, one of them hopes to have a record good enough to qualify for a Wild Card. Whatâ€™s the big deal? AFC South jokes are worse than saying 'oh, a baseball score!' when the score of a football game is 8-3 or 6-2 at any given juncture.
The Indianapolis Colts have taken a lot of grief for however theyâ€™ve handled the Andrew Luck situation after their star quarterback had shoulder surgery in the winter. Whatever. Iâ€™m sure Joe Sportswriter would have done the absolute correct thing, would have whipped out his manual on how to handle just such a situation, had he, and not some other guys and/or women, been in charge of making these decisions and communicating them for Indianapolis Colts. MORE